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More than 34 million people in the UK have now received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine – and 14 million have had both injections, according to the latest figures.

Some 134,140 first injections were given on Wednesday, bringing the total to 34,094,048, while the number of second doses increased from 462,885 to 14043,961.

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Meanwhile, 2445 COVID-19[female[feminine cases have been reported in the UK.

And there were 22 more coronavirusdisease-related deaths within 28 days of a positive test, bringing the total number of deaths in the UK to 127,502.

The latest figures compare to 2,166 infections and 29 deaths announced on Wednesday, while 2,729 cases and 18 deaths were reported last Thursday.

A number of local authorities are seeing an increase in infections.

The “two-week rate” column in the graph below represents the cases per 100,000 population during the period April 12 to 25.

As reported yesterday, Selby in North Yorkshire is the UK’s new hot spot due to an outbreak in a warehouse. The region has both the highest jump (71.7) and the highest case rate (163.3) in England, Scotland and Wales.

Cambridge is second with a rise of 52.1, bringing its two-week rate to 101.8.

The next highest jump was seen in Waverley, Surrey, although its case rate of 42.7 is lower than towns such as Harborough in Leicestershire, Guilford in Surrey and South Ayrshire in Scotland.

However, rates of COVID-19 cases have fallen below 50 cases per 100,000 people in more than 95% of local areas in the UK, according to a new analysis.

This is the first time since the beginning of September 2020 that no less than 19 in 20 zones have seen their prices plunge below such a symbolic level.

About one in 10 areas even register single digit rates.

It’s almost a complete turnaround from how the data looked three months ago, when the second wave of coronavirus was just peaking.

Meanwhile, Matt hancock described it as a “privilege” to get her first …

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This notice was published: 2021-04-29 13:47:00